Weekly Media Summary & “BLOTTER” Review PREPARED BY LT. DAN NORRIS

District 1 – Lt. Jim Fleming (North County)

On November 22, Deputy S. Degner was sent to the 15000 block of Crockett Road in reference to a disturbance call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated her ex-boyfriend came over and was intoxicated. He was mad that a male care taker was at the house and threatened to shoot at both of them. Later, both the male and female heard a shot and pellets started hitting around her. The suspect male said he had used fireworks but later admitted he was mad and had fired a 12 gauge shotgun with bird shot at them. The 54 year old male from Willis was arrested at 8:55pm, charged with deadly conduct and taken to jail.

On November 23, Deputy C. Santoro was notified of a family violence assault call in the 3500 block of Hickock Lane. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised she and her husband had been arguing and she wanted to leave with the four children. The male blocked her vehicle in so she could not leave. The female wanted to take her 14 year old son but the husband told her no because the son was drunk. As she was gathering the children the husband threw a beer can at her striking her on the back causing a bruise. The male and his son had been drinking together about four hours. The 31 year old male from Willis was arrested at 3:24am, charged with family violence assault and endangering a child and was taken to jail.

A 32 year old female from Conroe was arrested at11:21am, November 23, in the 16000 block of Hwy 105 E by Deputy A. Terrell for a theft warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy was investigating a theft call. The female was transported to jail.

On November 23, Deputy A. Booher was sent to the 18900 block of Oakridge Lane on a disturbance call. The Deputy located an intoxicated male that, according to witnesses, was yelling at passing cars. The 50 year old male from Cleveland was arrested at 6:09pm and transported to jail.

On November 23, Deputies A. Cross and J. Reuvers were dispatched to a welfare concern in the 16000 block of Malibu East. An intoxicated male was being detained by an off duty officer. According to witnesses the male was swerving all over the road and had struck a tree before being stopped. After being detained, a search of the male was conducted and two controlled substances were found in his pocket. The 61 year old male from Willis was arrested at 7:09pm. He was charged with DWI and two charges of possession of a controlled substance and taken to jail.

On November 24, Deputy S. Squier and Deputy K. Underwood responded to the 600 block of Crockett Martin Road in reference to a burglary (possible robbery). Deputy Underwood met with a male complainant who advised three male subjects had attempted to steal items from his building. As Deputy K. Underwood was gathering the information a vehicle with the three males passed by headed to Hwy 105. Deputy Squier stopped the vehicle and during the investigation marijuana was located in the vehicle. All three males were detained. The two adult males, ages 17 and 18, from Conroe, and the 16 year old juvenile male from Conroe were arrested at 1:03am. All three were charged with possession of marijuana. The adult males were taken to jail and the juvenile male was transported to juvenile detention.

A 42 year old male from Willis was arrested at 11:53am, November 24, in the 9500 block of Darkwood Drive by Deputy J. Kader for a possession of controlled substance warrant out of Montgomery County. The Deputy had received information on the male’s location. The male was transported to jail.

On November 24, Deputy J. Kader stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the area of FM 2432 and Paddocks. The Deputy found the driver to be operating a motor vehicle with an invalid driver’s license. The 21 year old male from Houston was arrested at 4:41pm and transported to jail.

A 31 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 9:00pm, November 24, in the area of FM 1485 and Hwy 105 E by Sgt. E. Ward for a family violence assault warrant out of Montgomery County. The male was being detained by a Pct. 3 Harris County Deputy Constable. The male was taken to jail.

On November 25, Deputy K. Berger observed a vehicle weaving in the roadway near the 10000 block of FM 1097 and Thompson Road. Upon stopping the vehicle the Deputy noticed the male driver to be intoxicated. The 40 year old male from Willis was arrested at 1:55am, charged with DWI and transported to jail.

On November 25, Deputy K. Underwood was dispatched to the 5400 block of N Buffalo Circle in reference to a criminal trespass. The Deputy spoke with a female complainant who advised her male neighbor had been over to her home knocking and banging on the back door. The male had previously received a written criminal trespass notice. The 29 year old male from Willis was arrested at 2:38am and taken to jail.

A 23 year old male from Overton, TX, was arrested at 10:10pm, November 26, in the area of Hwy 105 E and Crystal Forest by Sgt. E. Ward for two warrants for possession of a controlled substance out of Montgomery County. The Deputy received a tip on the male’s location. The male was taken to jail.

On November 26, Deputy K. Underwood stopped a vehicle on a traffic violation in the 19500 block of Hwy 105 E. As the Deputy interviewed the female driver it was found that she was intoxicated. The 25 year old female from Livingston was arrested at 11:18pm, charged with DWI and transported to jail.

On November 27, Deputy J. Parker was sent to the 11400 block of Waukegan Road in reference to a family violence assault call. The Deputy met with a female complainant who stated she and her boyfriend were on their way home when an argument took place and the male threatening to drive the vehicle into a semi. The female said he came very close to the truck and she believed he would do it. On arrival at home the argument continued and he punched her near her left ear and pulled her hair. A short time later he pulled out a pocket knife and threatened her with it holding it very close to her neck. The 22 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 1:30pm and transported to jail.

On November 28, Deputy C. Santoro was notified of an assault call in the 13100 block of McCrory Road. The Deputy met with a female complainant who advised she was attending a bonfire when she was jumped by several females. She was able to identify some of the females that punched her on the face several times and when she fell to the ground they began kicking her. She said she had past verbal arguments with some of the females. The complainant went home and the females came to her residence and started punching a male she had been at the bonfire with. Three females, all 18 years old and from Conroe, were arrested at 3:15am, charged with assault and taken to jail.

On November 28, Deputy A. Cross responded to the 9600 block of Hindo Drive in reference to a welfare concern involving a female making a 9-1-1 call and contact was lost and emergency communications was not able to contact the number back. The Deputy met with a female on location who said she and her husband had been in an argument and she attempted to call 9-1-1 when he took the phone away from her preventing her from making the call. The 44 year old male from Conroe was arrested at 12:58pm, charged with interference with an emergency call and transported to jail.

District 2 – Lt. Brady Fitzgerald (South County)

On November 23, 2010, Deputy Swank and Deputy Jobe were dispatched to a Trespasser in Progress call on Macy Hills Ct. Upon arrival, Deputy Swank observed the trespasser, 40-year-old female from Tomball, standing on the front lawn. The homeowner stated the suspect had been banging on his door and refused to leave when asked to do so multiple times. He stated he wanted a Criminal Trespass Warning issued to her. After giving the suspect several opportunities to return to the vehicle, cooperate, and identify herself, Deputy Swank and Deputy Jobe attempted to take her into custody. At that point, she pushed the officers away and began to run. She was stopped a short distance away and arrested. Charges were accepted for Evading Arrest-Detention and Resisting Arrest. A citation was issued to the suspect for Failure to Identify. The suspect was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On November 25, 2010, Deputy Rosales and Deputy Maldonado responded to a Burglary of a Motor Vehicle call on FM 2978. The suspect, 34 year old male from Magnolia, was observed siphoning gas from several vehicles. After speaking with the property owner and confirming the suspect was not authorized to be on the property, he was taken into custody, charged with Burglary of a Motor Vehicle. The suspect was also found to be in possession of methamphetamine and was additionally charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On November 25, 2010, Sergeant Hammons was dispatched to an Attempt to Locate call of a possible intoxicated driver. An off duty Montgomery PD officer saw the driver and called dispatch to report the incident. The driver, 26-year-old male from Houston, had bloodshot, glassy eyes, slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet and was taken into custody for Driving While Intoxicated. He was transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On November 27, 2010, Deputy Zavorski was dispatched to a Disturbance call on River Oaks Drive. Upon arrival observed several teenage males standing around a small fire drinking beer. Deputy Zavorski started identifying each of the males, when he found a clear plastic baggie containing marijuana. One of the males, 18 years old from Houston was taken into custody for Possession of Marijuana. One of the other males, 19 years old from Conroe, was taken into custody for Furnishing Alcohol to Minors (5 counts) for providing the alcohol at the party. Both were transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On November 29, 2010, Deputy Zavorski was dispatched to a Trespasser in Progress call, at a residence on Brookchase Drive. The complainant called the Sheriff’s Office stating that intoxicated male had charged through the front door and fell face first in the entry way. Deputy Zavorski proceeded to the residence and located the suspect, 49 year old male from Rice, MN, asleep on a recliner in the living room. The homeowner said the suspect was a nephew that was not allowed to be at that location. The suspect was taken into custody, charged with Criminal Trespass, and taken to the Montgomery County Jail.

District 3 – Lt. Darrel Conn (East County)

On November 26, 2010 Deputy J. Joe Amstutz responded to a disturbance in the 23400 Block of US HWY 59 Porter, Texas. During his investigation one of the parties was found to have an active theft by check warrant and was arrested.

On November 26, 2010 Deputy C. Azwell responded to the 22400 Block of Era Lane Porter, Texas in reference to a welfare concern. Upon checking the welfare of the individual at the location he was found to be wanted out of Harris County, Texas for a probation violation original charge driving while intoxicated, felony.

On November 28, 2010 Deputies J. Durrenberger and M. Hardin responded to the 19600 block of FM 1485 New Caney, Texas in reference to a Family Disturbance in which two of the individuals involved were arrested on warrants out of Justice of Peace Court Precinct 4.

On November 28, 2010 Deputy L. Holden responded to the Wal-Mart store in Porter, Texas in reference to a theft call. An Asset Protection Officer identified a person stealing items from the store and a citation was issued for the theft. The person also had an active Criminal Trespass Warning on file for the Porter Wal-Mart and was arrested for criminal trespass.

On November 29, 2010 Deputy S. Ortiz responded the Porter Wal-Mart and arrested an individual for theft who had been convicted of theft on 2 previous times and the current theft offense was enhanced to a felony.

November 29, 2010 Deputies J. Amstutz and C. Burk arrested an individual for driving while license suspended in the 100 block of North Park Drive Kingwood, Texas after they observed a traffic violation.

November 29, 2010 Deputy L. Holden stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation at the intersection of Timberland BLVD and Shale Road. The driver of the vehicle was arrested for a theft by check warrant out of Dallas County.

December 01, 2010 Deputy K. Pickerill arrested an individual at the Kingwood Hospital for an out of county felony warrant for aggravated assault after they were involved in a disturbance.

On December 01, 2010 Deputies J. Walker and S. Ortiz with the assistance of Montgomery County Precinct 4 Constables identified two individuals who were involved in the robbery of the Casey Ridge Grocery Store on November 30, 2010. Both were arrested and taken to jail.

District 4 – Lt. David Park (West County)

On November 27th Deputy Overbay and Sergeant Hernandez were dispatched to Dobbin Huffsmith and Carraway in reference to a Motor Vehicle Accident. The passenger, a 24 male subject self-admitted that he was drunk. Upon conducting a search a small bag containing approximately 1 gram of cocaine was found. The subject was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On November 27th Deputy Provenzano responded to a Trespasser Call on Little Thorn Lane in Magnolia. Upon arrival Deputy Provenzano observed a Hispanic male subject standing on the roadway. The subject did not know where he was and the Deputy could detect a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage. The subject’s eyes were blood shot and he had slurred speech. Due to the subject’s intoxicated state the suspect was taken into custody for Public Intoxication and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On November 26th Deputy Krolczyk conducted a traffic stop on a Ford Explorer in the 32000 Block of Highway 249. Deputy Suarez arrived on scene to assist. A small black plastic box was found in the suspect’s pocket with an assortment of pills. Deputy Suarez placed the subject in hand restraints and walked him back to his patrol car. As the Deputy was placing him into the patrol car the subject kicked a small clear plastic bag from his right pant leg and the bag landed on the Deputy’s right boot. Deputy Suarez recognized the substance as Crystal Methamphetamine. The subject was taken to jail.

On November 25th Deputy Overbay and Sergeant Russell made contact with two male subjects at an Exxon Gas Station on FM 1488 in Magnolia. Each subject advised that they had been drinking and both had an odor of alcohol coming from their person. Both subjects were placed into custody for Public Intoxication and transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

On November 25th Deputy Suarez was dispatched to the intersection of FM 1488 and Spur 149 in reference to an Attempt to Locate call (Intoxicated Driver). Upon arrival Deputy Suarez met with the Witness who had followed the vehicle which had been swerving into on-coming lanes. Once the vehicle had pulled over to the side of the road, the Witness approached the vehicle and removed the keys from the ignition while advising the 911 operator. Upon arrival, Deputy Suarez conducted a field interview on the driver, a 57 year old female who almost fell to the ground on several occasions during the Field Sobriety Tests. The subject was placed into custody for Driving While Intoxicated. Upon arrival at the Jail MCSO Jail Staff advised the subject had a previous DWI Offense in the State of Colorado.

District 5 – Lt. Gary Welch (Northwest County)

On November 25th Deputy Durbin conducted a Traffic Stop on a vehicle in the 15300 block of Forest Rd that had previously fled the scene of a reported disturbance. During the investigation it was suspicioned that the male driver was intoxicated. At this time several standard field sobriety tests were administered and the driver was subsequently arrested for Driving While Intoxicated, 3rd Offense, Felony 3 and placed into the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

On November 25th Deputy Fluellen responded to Leafy Arbor Lane to investigate seven abusive calls repeatedly made to 911. These recorded calls indicated that an adult female, possibly intoxicated, kept calling for the sole purpose of annoying and to verbally abuse the operator using profane language. Upon arriving at the source of the calls, an intoxicated female was located and admitted to making the calls. The female then became verbally abusive to the responding Deputy. After consulting with the District Attorney’s Office, the female was arrested for Abusive 911 Calls, Misdemeanor A and placed into the Montgomery County Jail.

On November 27th Deputy Jackson responded to the 17100 block of FM 1097 W in regards to Burglary. The Complainant reported that someone entered onto his boat while it was secured in a boat lift on Lake Conroe and stole several electronic items from inside. The value of the items was estimated to be in excess of $700. The scene was processed, evidence collected while the case remains under investigation by the Patrol Division.

On November 29th Deputy Farmer responded to a location on FM 2854 in regards to an Assault. The female Complainant reported that she, her husband and two children had been traveling down the road when her husband pulled to the shoulder and began assaulting her. It was also reported that one of the older children attempted to intervene but was also assaulted by her father. The husband was located a short distance away at another location and arrested for Assault (Family Violence), Injury to a Child, Felony 3 and placed into the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

District 6 – Lt. David Dottei (Woodlands)

On November 22, 2010, Deputy Evans responded to the area of W. Montfair Blvd., in reference to a Welfare Check. Witness reported a female driving erratically and yelling obscenities at people. Deputy Evans arrived on scene and observed the suspect walking to her vehicle. As Deputy Evans approached the vehicle, she ran and jumped in and locked the door. The suspect refused multiple requests to step out of the vehicle and to identify herself. After a few minutes, the suspect started her vehicle and drove through a yard around Deputy Evans patrol vehicle. Deputy Aguilar, who was also responding to the scene, pursued the suspect 4 blocks where she pulled into her residence and ran into the house. She then proceeded to open the door, yell obscenities at the deputies, and then slam the door again. On one of these instances, Deputy Curtis was at the door when she opened it and she began striking him repeatedly until she was subdued. Charges were accepted by the District Attorney’s Office for Evading Arrest or Detention and she was transported to the Montgomery County Jail. Citations were issued for Failure to Identify to a Peace Officer and Assault by Contact.

On November 24, 2010, Deputy Drake responded to a suspicious person/vehicle call on Trace Creek Drive. Upon arrival, Deputy Drake located the vehicle and made contact with the driver. During the course of the investigation, the driver was found to be in possession of crack cocaine and heroin. The suspect was taken into custody, charged with Possession of a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone, due to his being only 50 feet from a park. During the course of the investigation, officers were sent to the suspect’s residence off Havelock in Spring (District 2), where more narcotics (marijuana and methamphetamine) and miscellaneous drug paraphernalia were also located.

On November 26, 2010, Deputy Weatherford, while patrolling the parking lot at 1201 Lake Woodlands Drive, observed to males in the parking lot acting suspiciously. Upon making contact with the subjects, Deputy Weatherford noticed one of the subjects to have a strong odor of burnt marijuana emitting from his person. Further investigation found a baggie containing 4.7 grams of marijuana. The suspect, 17-year-old male from Spring, admitted that the marijuana was his. He was taken into custody, charged with Possession of Marijuana, and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident. The other subject was released at the scene.

The following Shoplifting Arrests were reported:

11/22 – Deputy Salazar arrested 17 year old female from College Station for Theft at 10001 Woodlands Parkway. The suspect attempted to take $51.35 worth of merchandise from Wal-Mart. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

11/22 – Deputy Cogdill arrested a 28 year old female from Conroe, for Theft at 3040 College Park Drive. The suspect attempted to take $59.40 worth of merchandise from Wal-Mart. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

11/24 – Deputy Ward arrested a 20 year old female from Huntsville, for Theft at 3040 College Park Drive. The suspect attempted to take $108.44 worth of merchandise from Wal-Mart. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident. The second suspect, 19-year-old female from Huntsville received a citation for Theft, for the $11.48 worth of merchandise concealed in her purse. She was released at the scene.

11/26 – Deputy Weatherford arrested a 37-year-old female from Spring, for Theft at 1201 Lake Woodlands. The suspect attempted to take $444.00 worth of merchandise from J.C. Penny’s. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident.

11/26 – Deputy Weatherford arrested a 17-year-old female from Conroe, for Theft at 1201 Lake Woodlands. The suspect attempted to take $60.00 worth of merchandise from J.C. Penny’s. The suspect originally identified herself as being 15 years old. When advised that her identity would be confirmed when her parent arrived, she correctly identified herself by name and date of birth. The suspect was taken into custody and transported to the Montgomery County Jail without incident. A charge of Failure to Identify to a Peace Officer was added to the charges against her.

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